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NVIDIA 6800 GS 256MB

We've just taken a look at the 6600 DDR2 from NVIDIA that was put out to match up against the ATi X1000 series of graphics chipsets. Now, we take a look at the 6800 GS, another gap filler pushed out to meet the competition. This one fits right in between

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Matrox DualHead2Go For Multi-Display Support

Matrox today unveiled the revolutionary new Matrox DualHead2Go, the world's first external upgrade capable of adding multiple monitor support to compatible laptop and integrated graphics-based desktop PCs that were previously limited to single screen output. DualHead2Go is a palm-sized box that connects to the existing single monitor output (i.e. external

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Connect3D Radeon X800 GTO

The Radeon X800 GTO is ATi's answer to the GeForce 6800 PCIe. Today, VR-Zone takes an indepth look at this Connect3D X800 GTO. Both cards feature 12 pipelines so can this card give the Geforce 6800 PCIe a run for its money? Also included is information on turning this card

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Latest revised PureVideo support and Features

Like to know whether your NVIDIA products support PureVideo? Now you can by glancing through the latest revised PureVideo support table and feature & benefits. Click here for English Readers. Click here for Chinese Readers. Click here for Japanese Readers. Click here for Korean Readers. Full details here. (more…)

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Albatron PC6800GS

Albatron recently announced the new PC6800GS VGA card featuring an NVIDIA® GeForceTM 6 series GPU (NV42). Albatron has come out with this high-performer, which will match the capabilities of similar high-performance cards but will launch with a very affordable price. With the PC6800GS, you are looking at fairly serious gaming

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Inno3D GeForce 6800 GS

InnoVISION has added another significant member to their product range, the Inno3D GeForce 6800 GS. Its performance is still unbeatable completed with NVIDIA Power of 3 features. Measured at being the best price to performance ratio, the Inno3D GeForce 6800 GS has proven and maintained its competitiveness in the market.

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ATi GPUs Shortage

Due to an IC substrate shortage, supplies of ATI’s Radeon 9250, X300, and X550 are short of demand at present except for Radeon 9550 series. Although ATi launched its 90nm process R5xx series only in the latter half of this year, the Radeon X1800, X1600, and X1300 are also limited

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GeForce 7800 GTX 512MB Costs $ 649

NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX card with 512 MB is expected next Monday 14th of November and will be priced at $ 649. This card is clocked at 550MHz core and 1700MHz memory using Samsung K4J52324QC-BJ11 1.1ns memory that has an maximum effective data rate of 1.8GHz. It will certainly be

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XFX 6600 DDR2 256MB Review

The GeForce 6600 series of GPUs have been capturing the mid-range segment of the graphics chipset market with their very competitive price/performance ratio. With the advent of ATi's X1000 series of GPUs, the foot-hold NVIDIA has established in this part of the ladder starts to get shaky. The GDDR2 6600

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S3 Graphics Unveils ChromeS20

S3 Graphics today launched its 4th generation DirectX® 9.0 GPUs, the Chrome 20 series, with the introduction of the Chrome S20 range of desktop graphics accelerators that combines the richer integration of Fujitsu Limited’s 90nm process technology with S3 Graphics’ advanced Power Wise architecture for the most power efficient graphics

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ATi X1800 XT Surpass 1GHz Core

Our friends from Finland, Sampsa Kurri and Ville Suvanto achieved graphics engine clocks of 1.003 GHz and a memory speed of 1.881 GHz with maximum system stability and no visual artifacts. "It's impressive to see the Radeon X1800 XT architecture achieve 1 GHz core speed and approach 2 GHz memory

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ASUS Extreme N7800GT Silencer

ASUS has been pretty aggressive in employing silent cooling technologies into their cards recently. SilentCool Technology is a fan-less, noiseless cooling solution that uses heat-pipe technology to conduct heat away from the GPU and memories and dissipates from the copper-stacked fins. Currently, the Extreme N6600/GT Silencer and Extreme AX800 Silencer

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ASUS Radeon X1000 Series Cards Pics

X1800XL X1300Pro X1600XT X1600Pro ASUS has gotten their full X1000 series lineup for some ATi onslaught into the retail market particularly the X1600 XT and X1600 Pro cards. Not forgetting, their X1800XT card development is also currently underway. The GPUs of the X1600 series are into the final revision and

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NVIDIA GPUs Selected For Power Mac G5

NVIDIA today announced that it is the exclusive provider of all graphics cards offered on the first PCI Express platform from Apple. The NVIDIA–powered Apple Power Mac G5 platform can drive an incredible amount of screen real estate, providing four expansion slots that can support multiple graphics cards to drive

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Galaxy GeForce 6600LE DDR3

The GeForce 6600LE provides a rather low cost solution for budget gamers. Today, VR-Zone takes a look at another 6600LE which arrived at our labs recently, the Galaxy Geforce 6600LE. Equipped with LED fans and RAMsinks, let's see how this card fares in performance and overclocking! (more…)

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NVIDIA Rebukes ATi’s Claim On SM 3.0

NVIDIA has issued an official statement on recent ATi's claim about NVIDIA hardware isn't SM3.0 compliant : The current debate over WHQL waivers and SM3 compliance forces us to take a public stance regarding these issues. Microsoft is the ultimate judge of pass/fail for a particular hardware/software combination. NVIDIA hardware

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